Not only are these four authors masters of their fields, they are also masters of their craft. These writers paint a picture of the south so authentic you’ll feel like you’re right there (if you aren’t already).
Sometimes you have to leave home so you can reflect on the place you have been. For these four authors, saying goodbye to the south gave them the ability to capture its essence and express its darkness, magicalism, and majesticness.
These four authors hail from North Carolina where the mountains can be blue and the ocean can be green. One thing’s for certain, there’s just as much local color in their writing. From the past to the present and everything in between, the south never looked so beautiful.
We are looking for Southern Gothic submissions to be considered for an upcoming e-thology. Send us the best you’ve got! Show us your version of Southern Gothic. Surprise us, delight us, make us scratch our head in consternation. And, most of all, tell us a fucking good story.Read More
Experience in Local Government: None.
Hobbies: Crafting and God.
Age: It’s not polite to ask this.
Material Status: Available
Why should people vote for you? : I will distribute to the best of my ability. I am well organized and diligent. If there is a job to be done, I am the woman to do it. Also, it is God’s will.Read More
They Like Her! They Really, Really Like Her!!
“With the fewest of brush strokes, Brian Centrone hauntingly crawls into the psyches of the characters he creates producing whimsical, absurd but deliciously relatable short stories.” – Arthur Wooten, author of Arthur Wooten’s ShortsRead More